East Lodge ended up being built within the grounds of Castle Grant in Morayshire, into the Scottish Highlands, in 1863 by the Earl of Seafield
The opulent Baronial style place, understood in your area as woman Catherine's Halt, even has actually a drum tower and turrets.
It was built in 1863 by the Inverness & Perth Junction Railway Company in thanks to then Earl John Charles give Ogilvie, 7th Earl of Seafield, who allowed them to run the railroad line through his estate.
The A-listed building features since encountered significant refurbishment and changed into a unique three-bedroom home in the marketplace just for £335, 000.
It had been as soon as part of the floor of Castle Grant which strike the headlines in 2014 after being repossessed from previous Rangers owner Craig Whyte.
The Earl and his family members would transfer straight from train in to the lodge before you go downstairs to where their particular carriage would await
The castle ended up being reportedly purchased by Sergey Fedotov, director general associated with Russian Author's community, for £1million.
The product sales particulars the lodge explained: 'the house can be found inside the Cairngorms National Park and enjoys beautiful open views across local countryside and beyond.
'It is accessed via an outstanding, high round-headed ashlar granite archway with shaped wallhead and crenelated bartizans corbelled out each part plus a coat of arms in the centre.
The wonderful Highland residential property has become available for £335, 000, having undergone numerous restorations
'I NEED MY PERSONAL RAILWAY': Hence SIMPLY WHO HAD BEEN JOHN CHARLES GIVE OGILVIE, THE seventh EARL OF SEAFIELD?
Scottish nobleman John Charles Grant Ogilvie - created September 4, 1815 - was the eldest son of Francis William Ogilvy-Grant, 6th Earl of Seafield, along with his partner Mary Ann Dunn.
He succeeded their father as Earl of Seafield in 1853, up to which time he had been styled as as Viscount Reidhaven.
The Earl sat in the home of Lords as a Scottish Representative Peer up until August 1958, where time he had been produced Baron Strathspey, of Strathspey in Counties of Inverness and Moray, and ended up being raised to the Peerage associated with the great britain.
With his brand-new subject came a computerized seat inside your home of Lords for Earl of Seafield, which - in 1879 - became a Knight of the Thistle.
That prestigious honour was founded in 1687 by King James VII of Scotland, and was presented as an incentive for chivalry.
Lord Seafield married the Honourable Caroline Henrietta Stuart in 1850. He died over thirty years later on, in February of 1881, aged a decent 65-years-old. He had been hidden close to his parent at a mausoleum at Duthil Old Parish Church and burial-ground, on the outskirts of this town of Duthil, in Inverness.
He was been successful inside the games by their child Ian Charles Ogilvy-Grant.
Woman Seafield passed away in 1911.
The existing Earl of Seafield, that is the 13th, is Ian Derek Francis Studley, who had been born in 1939. Educated at Eton, he has invested their adult life handling the household estates - a job he was introduced ito prior to the loss of the belated Countess of Seafield in 1969.
The 13th Earl and Countess reside at Old Cullen in Banffshire, in which Lord Seafield stays acutely active in keeping his property.
Their son, Lord Reidhaven, ended up being informed at Harrow and lives mostly in Kent. He could be a trustee regarding the Reidhaven Trust, and works when you look at the songs industry.
'The entrance vestibule leads to the hall, accessed via a leaded cup door. There is a storage cupboard, bath and a sitting area with turret space.
'The kitchen and dining location tend to be open plan and also this has created a relaxing, bright and airy living space with sufficient space for enjoyable friends.'
Kevin Maley of Strutt & Parker, the representative offering East Lodge, said: 'Having completed the effective sale of Castle Grant just last year, it really is good to be today offering this impressive lodge.
'It features a certain brilliance, yet is also a rather nice house minus the operating prices of a palace.'
Despite it really is old exterior, the within of the home is sold with most of the contemporary functions you had be prepared to find in a 21st century residence
Estate representative Kevin Maley described the poperty as having 'a certain grandeur', but that it 'is in addition an extremely nice home minus the running expenses of a palace'